Today, I will quote from the Wedding Ceremony Program booklet, prepared by the Bride and Groom, especially for their wedding, to give you a better understanding of the similarities between the Byzantine and the Jewish wedding ceremony traditions.
You already learned about my experience with Ukrainian wedding traditions, Hindu wedding traditions, Ukrainian- Greek wedding traditions, and now I will share my reflections from a Ukrainian-Jewish wedding.
I had the pleasure of attending three weddings this year, and will share some of the special traditions and pictures from each of these weddings.
This wedding was very special to us, since the daughter of our long time friend was getting married, and also because the wedding ceremony was taking place in the same church as the filming of the, the ever so popular movie, “My Big Fat Greek Wedding”.
We really enjoyed the events we attended in these cities, as well as the site seeing.
We had a very busy summer this year, full of long distance traveling, and it’s not over yet.
I love watching the busy city life, and admire the convenience, but I enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of the suburbs.
I have recently shared a post with you about saving money on creative ways of taking care of your laundry, however hanging out your laundry is not always welcomed by neighbors, or even against the rules in some neighborhoods.